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you are interested. that is all the time we have left. let not your heart be troubled. greta is next. see you tomorrow night. thanks for being with us. >> greta: is the white house mocking governor . >> ? are they obsessed with her or good natured teasing? don't decide until you watch the video we have. first house minority leader john boehner went to the white house for a bipartisan meeting with the president. what happened? check it out. nice to see you. >> nice to see you. >> greta: you were quoted saying why are we going to talk about a bill that can't pass in connection with the health care bill? did you say that to the president or the press? >> we had a short conversation with the president. to the press, who were asking, are you going to this and what is this? i made it clear you've got a health care bill that the president, house and senate democrats been working on that they can't pass. why they would want to start the information there, is beyond anything i can understand. >> greta: i guess my question was, because the president made plain that february 25th, gathe
with us. the news continues we toss to greta van susteren, standing by with a remarkable, show. greta, take it away. >> greta: thank you sean. hold your breath and count to 3.8 trillion. are you dead yet? that is president obama's proposed budget for fiscal year 2011. the budget contains a 100 billion dollar jobs package runs up a deficit of 1.3 trillion dollars. how does he sell it to capitol hill? big problem or done deal? joining us dana perino. the president doesn't actually pass the bill he has congress do the bill, right? >> right. i think of this exercise every year as increasingly an exercise in futility. >> greta: why? >> it tells us what the president's priorities are for the year maybe how they've changed direction on a couple of things where. then he turn it over to congress at congress figures what they want to spend the money on. for the last couple of years they haven't even passed a budget. i think this is a little instructive might be more hype than reality. >> greta: explain to the viewers they haven't passed the budget in the past couple of years? >> they are
3% said maybe. hang on i'll get you another quick football. here throw this one out. greta is next see you back here tomorrow night. throw! >> ready! >> sean: all right very nice! >> greta: this is a fox news alert. a killer whale kills it trainer at seaworld. horrified audience watches as the whale grabbed the woman and violently shook the woman underwater. you are looking at video taken moments before the whale killed the woman. there are conflicting reports about the . the sheriff's office says the trainer may have slipped or fallen into the whale's tank. witnesses contradict the account. they report the whale jumped out of water and dragged the woman under water. this killer whale has been involved in two other human deaths. we have a breaking news report on this story minutes from now. first, we are hours away. it starts tomorrow morning. president obama's guests arrive and the cameras are going to start rolling. griff jenkins is on the story. >> reporter: the much anticipated bipartisan white house health care summit will take place at the blair house. the meeting will begin
she has senator mccain discussing attorney general holder. >> greta: tonight, senator john mccain uncut and on the record. nice to see you. >> thank you for having me back. >> greta: thank you for letting us come to your office. you had tough words for the attorney general. you said he botched the arrest of the underwear er in michigan. in light of the fact we hear he's talking, change your mind or not? >> first ever all we need more details on that intelligence is got a short shelf life. it as rapidly as you can get the information, more rapidly you can react particularly since the enemy knows you have that individual in your hands. fundamentally, we should never have had this guy in that situation. we should have had him in a military tribunal not a civilian court. military tribunal is what terrorists are supposed to be put into. we need to, one clarification, and two, to tell the american people there will never be a situation where someone who tries to commit a terrorist act on the united states of america would ever have access to miranda rights and will be interrogated t
with us. greta takes it over as she goes on the record. >> greta: fox news alert. fbi confirming two bodies recovered from the site of the austin, texas plane crash that massive crash that started with a tany ing government -- started with an anti-government manifest toe. we have eyewitnesses at the scene was this pilot? why would he do this? a close friend guess on the record. what he says about -- goes on the record. what he says about the pilot is nothing short of stunning. it began tuesday 7:24, the 53-year-old pilot posted a ranting suicide manifesto on the web, the note ends with mr. big brother irs man take my pound of flesh and sleep well. within 2 1/2 hours by 9 a.m. the pilot had lit his house on fire. >> fox news alert, take a look at this this just happened in austin, texas. it is believed that a single engine plane plowed into that building. >> you are going to see debris fall, continue to see those guys working inside and outside. >> this person set his own house on fire got in his plane and flew it into that building which houses the irs. >> we hear the fire is contain
. hannity.com, amazon.com if you would like an early copy of the book. >> greta: another tea party here in washington, d.c., not exactly. but there were 50 tea party activists who came to washington today for a face-to-face meeting with rnc chairman michael steele. what is going on? griff jenkins has the story. >> reporter: we are outside the headquarters of the republican national committee on capitol hill. just beyond me the case none office building down the street the supreme court. what is happen something 50 tea party activists have come to meet with chairman steele at the tea party activists request. there's no official leadership, important note of the tea party movement. one activist of the d.c. works for us, took the initiative to have this meeting which they say hopes to achieve a dialogue with the gop establishment. what happened in the meeting? we'll let you know as soon as they come out. communications director, you were in the meeting tell me what happened? what transpired? >> it was a listening session. the chairman spoke for a while and opened it up for questions. i was
. have a great weekend. >> greta: did you hear what the president said? i was pretty flip. he said if democrats push through health care and you don't like it, then vote the democrats out of office. that's easy for him to say he's not on the ballot this november. what about the others? rick klein joining us. if they don't pass legislation by november, the democrats look weak because they own the house, white house and senate and even filibuster prove. if they -- filibuster proof, if they do pass something, bullies. >> the only people who may want to pass health care more than democrats are republicans because they are looking forward to running against this the reconciliation thing is an dangerous option, but it is an option. at this point the president's calculation is getting something is better than getting nothing because they may get blamed for getting nothing. >> greta: is there a political cost? are the democrats worried? everybody in the house is up for reelection in the senate a number of people are. >> some moderate democrats in the senate feel like this is not the right
how stupid are you? thank you for being with us. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. greta takes it away. >> greta: this is a fox news alert: former president bill clinton right now in the hospital in new york. a few hours ago the president went to the hospital with chest discomfort. eric is live at columbia presbyterian hospital with the latest. >> reporter: he's doing fine. former president bill clinton up awake, talking, walking in his hospital room at new york columbia presbyterian hospital. he underwent that heart scare the procedure this afternoon. doctors inserted two metal stents into one of his coronary arteries. one of the arteries from the bypass in that in 2006 when he quadruple surgery. his wife arrived here to be at his bedside she flying in from washington. chelsea already here she works and lives here in manhattan. this started a few days ago after the president returned from haiti friday, six days ago. he suffered some chest discomfort the doctor said it wasn't pains but discomfort when he was lying down and being still decided to check it out went to the c
with this obsession. >> sean: all right greta is next, see you tomorrow. >> greta: tonight governor palin, saturday goes to texas to rally for rick perry. and she even found time to crack jokes. >> a special hello to the c-span viewers. you may not be welcome in those health care negotiations but you have an invitation to the tea party. >> greta: much more on governor palin's jam-packed weekend. but first something you will not see anywhere else. on the record went to rome, italy where secretary of defense gates went on the record. first stop iran. >> things coming out of germany about iran. saying the foreign minister saying they were close to an an kpweplt with the iaea about nuclear enrichment and you responded to that >> apparently president ahmadinejad has since responded to that, saying he was apparently going to go ahead and end rink the material himself. as -- enrich the material himself as opposed to the iaea proposal for the reactor. the truth of the matter is despite president obama's effort to engage with the iranians and every u.s. president has tried this i was in the first official u
tomorrow night. >> greta: tonight, new information about the seaworld killer whale attack. but first, the inside story on the 2/25 health care summit. >> mr. president do you have a brief comment? >> the president: looking forward to listening. >> this 2700 page bill will bankrupt our country. secondly mr. president, i think this right here is a dangerous experiment. we can all agree to disagree we can all have our politics, but if there's no referee on the feel, we can never agree on how the game should be played. >> i work everyday, very good people, great professionals, they do their jobs well. but their job is to score what is placed in front of them. what has been placed in front of them is a bill that is full of gimmicks and smoke and mirrors. >> the president: if we think it is important as a society to not leave people out, then we're gonna have to figure out how to pay for it. >> it is a fundamental disagreement between us. does washington know best about the coverage people should have or should people have that choice themselves? >> there's public funding on abortion in th
that will be the poll that matters. greta is right next door i saw her standing by. >> greta: good evening. filibuster is back. guess what? scott brown just officially became senator brown. >> please raise your right hand. do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the constitution of the united states against all enemies foreign and domestic? thank you will bear true faith and allegiance to the same thank you take this oath -- this obligation without reservation or purpose of evasion and that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office upon which you are about to enter, so help you god? >> i do. >> congratulations senator. [ applause ] >> greta: now what does president obama expect? does senator brown tame the president's agenda? senator lemieux joins. probably the only senator that hasn't fled washington, d.c. with the storm coming. >> i'm leaving tomorrow morning. i'm looking forward to get back to the sunshine state. >> greta: you are a brave man everyone has fled. now you have a new member of the senate how is that going to affect the president'
: see you tomorrow night! >> greta: this is a fox news alert. taliban's top commander captured in karachi, pakistan. ma -- major garrett joins us by phone. >> reporter: u.s. officials confirm that a joint pakistani, u.s. operation, secret until hours ago, several days ago, captured mullah the biggest taliban leader captured in the more than eight years the united states has been operating in afghanistan to defeat taliban and al-qaeda officials. this person is second only to mu lah mohammed he omar close associate of bin laden. this military commander in charge of all military operations, in afghanistan and those operating in pakistan has been incustody for several days. i have confirmed that interrogations are underway. principally, participated in and led by a pakistani intelligence and security operatives. cia officials are also involved. this was a pakistani-led operation but the united states was involved in it. consistently throughout. it is important to note the no times first broke in story -- to note "the new york times" first broke in story, it knew of this for several
with us. we toss now to greta van susteren. >> greta: tonight, cut off the money! that's an idea. it belongs to republican senator lindsey graham. he just introduced a bill to cut off funding for a civilian trial khalid sheikh mohammed and four others. good evening. before we get to khalid sheikh mohammed news that the underwear bomber for lack of a better description that he is cooperating with the united states. >> i hope so. but they told us the first time we got all we needed to know. so the fact that he's talking must mean he has something more to know. this is not a system this is blind luck. we need a system that would allow this guy to be interrogated by our military without a lawyer intervening. i hope he is talking. but we need not repeat mistake again. >> greta: either he got himself a deal, right up front, a good deal or he's got a lousy lawyer. >> i used to be a military lawyer, defense lawyer in the civilian world i wouldn't let my guy talking until i know it was to his benefit. we are not pros -- ing crime he was fresh off the battlefield he's part oÕ al-qaeda h
caller.com. check it out. have a great weekend. sean will be back monday. >> greta: the first national tea party convention is steaming, brimming with enthusiasm in nashville, tennessee. organizers say it's packed and saturday night governor sarah palin will be the keynote speaker. will this be the first or a one time deal? let's see what glenn beck thinks. nice to see you. >> hi greta. >> greta: is this a one time deal or the beginning of a movement, the tea party convention? >> i can't tell you about the tea party movement, you know, i don't -- i'm not really sure what exactly is gonna happen with the tea parties. i know there's a lot of people that would like to co-op any of these movements that would spell the end, the doom of any of these movements. if the republicans decide hey, yeah, we're just like you guys, and then it becomes a ran event if that doesn't happen, if the tea party-goers i think they are shrewd, at least the people that i've met, they know, they know that they've been used by republicans and democrats for a long time. and they are not gonna do it any mor
next fox news sunday. ut. have a great weekend. sean will be back monday. >> greta: the first national tea party convention is steaming, brimming with enthusiasm in nashville, tennessee. organizers say it's packed and saturday night governor sarah palin will be the keynote speaker. will this be the first or a one time deal? let's see what glenn beck thinks. nice to see you. >> hi greta. >> greta: is this a one time deal or the beginning of a movement, the tea party convention? >> i can't tell you about the tea party movement, you know, i don't -- i'm not really sure what exactly is gonna happen with the tea parties. i know there's a lot of people that would like to co-op any of these movements that would spell the end, the doom of any of these movements. if the republicans decide hey, yeah, we're just like you guys, and then it becomes a ran event if that doesn't happen, if the tea party-goers i think they are shrewd, at least the people that i've met, they know, they know that they've been used by republicans and democrats for a long time. and they are not gonna do it any mor
he's so sharp children are not allowed to run with him. >> sean: thank you for being with us. greta is standing by to go live on the record. take it away >> greta: weather alert. northeast slammed with a blizzard. do not kid yourself wherever you -- wherever you are if it is sunny and 80 this blizzard affects you. your government is shutdown. that costs you 100 million dollars a day. did you hear that? 100 million dollars a day that is just the beginning of how it affects you. you are looking live at newark airport. there is sort of good news, no flight delays. but that's because all the flights are cancelled. thousands of flights have been cancelled from coast-to-coast. we'll show you who has been slammed the hardest. we take you inside the storm that is bringing your government to a screeching halt. first, republican senator says president's obama's terrorism advisers should be fired. why? he went on the record. nice to see you, sir. >> thank you nice to see you in person we watch you all the time at home. >> greta: that's good i'm always happy to have viewers. you calling for the
fill -- film go to generationzero.com. have a great night. . >> greta: governor arnold schwarzenegger live and right here, right now with us in los angeles, california. good evening governor. >> good evening, how are you? >> very well.hm the stimulus bill you are a republican and maybe the only republican who seems to like the stimulus bill. do you like it? >> first of all, i think that not only i like it. but i think there's a lot of republican governors that like it. but it is probably in a more republican to say wee.+t don't like the stimulus bill. and then many times they go out and they get the checks they are very happy about it in their press conferences and they show off what they've and how many jobs it createds and all those things. but they don't connect it to the stimulus something they've . it depends on how you look at it. i think it has done great things for the state of california. it wasÑg/6yxgn helpful when yo0 billion dollars over two years and tax incentives of 30 billion dollars and you create those jobs at a time when people are struggling for jo
save the nation from socialism and weakening defense. >> greta: tonight senator john mccain right here and right now. good evening senator. >> good evening greta, how are you? >> i'm very well. let's start with february 25th, the health care summit that president obama is convening. are you part of this discussion, sir? >> i don't know yet, because i've been told that perhaps, i'm not sure they have settled on the line-up here. >> greta: wouldn't you seem like a natural? you headed the party's ticket and you have been a senator for a number of years. it seems you should be a natural for this and you have done some consensus building, reached across the aisle. what's the hesitation? >> we've been in recess. i'm talking to you from yuma, arizona so we haven't had a chance to have a conversation. i believe that i am but i haven't had the confirmation yet. there's some question about the format and whether this is going to be negotiations or whether it is just going to be something where the president can pro pound the -- try to sell to the american people the policy that right now they re
, and it has not come back gone from the last time. john gonzalez, abc 7 news. >>> i am greta kreuz in the district. who would go out on a day like this? you might be surprised. >> doug hill and the weather center. the snow has finished west of washington but it is hanging on. a live update coming up. dreams are amazing things. and in hard times, sometimes, a belief in a dream, a belief in what is possible - can transform everything. at at&t, we've never forgotten that our company began in a small laboratory, with a dream and a belief, in thfuture. today, our wired and wireless high speed internet networks are connecting small businesses across america - in cities and small towns - to markets around the world. we know that investment in broadband high speed internet can create hundreds of thousands of new american jobs. small businesses are being formed - dreams are being launched - and real jobs are being created. at at&t, we're investing billions to upgrade and build out our wired and wireless networks. now is not the time to stall momentum or to stifle innovation or investment. d
pearl i said hi. >> i will. >> sean: greta van susteren coming up in 23 minutes. >> greta: we are just learning new information on pakistan we hope to talk about after 10 p.m.. we also have liz cheney, congressman hoekstra, governor pawlenty, a strange story about a harvard professor. and news about -- can you believe that news about that harvard educated professor? strange. >> sean: i know the story i'm not going to give it away. i won't give it away bob beckel says he's going to beat me up in the next segment. >> greta: just don't let him sit on you! >> sean: oh! >> greta: wait a second he's a former professional football player. did you know that? >> sean: who beckel? >> greta: yeah. >> sean: did know that he hates quarterbacks, hates 'em. greta we'll see new 22 minutes from now. let not your heart be troubled. when we come back, beckel and the great, great, american panel. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] every business day, bank of americaends nearly $3 billion dollars to individuals, institutions, schools, organizations and businesses in every corner of the economy. ♪ america. growin
the same problems, getting kids to school safely. greta kreuz is live in silver spring with what is being done to get students back on schedule. >> the montgomery county schools have a 2 hour to late tomorrow. it is not what is coming down that is a problem. it is what is over there that is causing trouble. >> parent volunteers and their children were shoveling today at this elementary school helping to clear things up for tomorrow. >> the staff parking lot is clear. 40% of our children or walkers. it will be treacherous. >> potential problems are in some of the portable classrooms. >> this sheet of ice, this water is dripping down, eyes is falling down. schools are working feverishly to clear away snow and ice. structural engineers have been checking buildings. bosses have been cleared of ready to go. they cannot control the neighborods around the school. they are asking residents to make sure neighborhoods are cleared out. >> some of our bus stops are covered up in gigantic snowbanks. >> the students are rdy have five snow days to make up. nobody wants to see six. montgomery county tech
. these are the medications he needs to take. if you notice this, it's a problem. call us. there is none of that, greta. they don't give you the play by play. >> actually there is now. there is a book. there is a book out. right here. i can hold it right up, a book right now. i'll tell you this book tells you what to eat, to exercise. there is even, jamie, the odds of dying during sex, very personal stuff in this book. if that doesn't sell books, i don't know what will. you even go into the personal stuff. >> we had to go into the science and we found out you have a 20 in 1 million chance of dying during sex. it only makes a great scene in the movie, but doesn't happen after a heart crisis or any surgical procedure. but greta, this is the thing that patients worry about. we couldn't tell you the story, including our story and the unbeatable, the other people that we have in the book who made it through a medical crisis and are living their life again. you can be living, but not be alive. we wanted people to be alive. speaking of alive. that's made. >> she was incredible during this whole time. you know
. hannity extents an invitation the next time you chat with him. time for a sneak peek with greta van susteren. did you ever meet the president? >> greta: i interviewed him when he was in the u.s. senate. if you want him as a guest on your show you don't need frank luntz you need a magic wand. he's not going on your show. >> sean: why not? >> greta: maybe i'm delusional. for some reason i think that any way, tonight we have a great show. two republican leaders in the house of representatives, at the president's invitation for february 25th for that meeting. interview part two with secretary defense gates. senator santorum. we are going to be so busy we need two hours. >> sean: meeting with ahmadinejad without preconditions and i'm offering a beer and he won't meet with me. >> greta: i'll take the beer. >> sean: i'll mail you a six-pack. when we come back, the great, great, great american panel. ♪ ♪ ♪ and as a progressive customer, you get to use any of our concierge claim centers. so i can just drop off my car and you'll take care of everything? yep, even the rental. what if i'm
'm hearing. our own government saying it is coming here. time to check in with greta for a sneak peek. what's in your hand? >> greta: nothing just paper. we have an unbelievable interview for the viewers tonight. over the weekend we flew to italy and back so we could spend an hour with secretary of defense gates. we are going to see part of that interview tonight. we start tonight with iran playing lots of games over enrichment of uranium. that and much more, back to you. >> sean: greta in 20 minutes. when we come back the great, great, great, american panel, next. ♪ ♪ host: did the waltons take way too long to say goodnight? mom: g'night john boy. g'night mary ellen. mary ellen: g'night mama. g'night erin. elizabeth: g'night john boy. jim bob: g'night grandpa. elizabeth: g'night ben. jim bob:'night. elizabeth: g'night jim bob. jim bob: g'night everybody, grandpa: g'night everybody. jim bob: g'night daddy. vo: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. ♪ ♪ hey, now, now, we're going down, down ♪ ♪ and we'll ride the bus there ♪ pay the bus fare ♪ or we find a new reason [
pile is off. on the european trip, defense secretary robert greats talked about iran with fox's greta van susteren. >> the reality is they are continuing to enrich. one point i made on this trip is longer they wait in terms of the proposproposal, the less valuable the tehran research reactor proposal is from the standpoint of providing the international community with reassurance. >> the deal would have alleviated concerns about iran diverting uranium for military use and a test whether or not iran and the u.s. and its partners could work together. gates' counterpart in germany said iran was playing out a farce. the french foreign minister accused tehran of blackmail. the question of how to deter iran weighs heavy. >> as long as iran stays on this side of the line of having a capability, but not actually producing nuclear weapons i think iran can be deterred. i think its program can be contained with export controls that deny it basis of producing good centrifuges. once it crosses the line from having a capability to actually producing the nuclear weapons, that is another matter. that
way, i heard these rumors. >> time to check in with greta van susteren. >> we have dana perino, representative andrew, senator grassley, so much more, rush limbaugh caught on tape not telling you what he was doing. >> sean: so sneaky. caught on tape what? >> >> greta: i got something you are going to be so jealous of. ask me? >> sean: what does >> greta: what are you gel -- what are you jealous of? we have new graphics. >> sean: i won't be jealous, i'm happy for you. when we come back the great, great, great, american panel. eating healthy is important, but only vegetables can give you vegetable nutrition. one of these will get you more than half way to your five daily servings. v8. what's your number? full of black cats... hey, wait... no! to demonstrate the cleaning power of our newest pledge product. i'm gonna clean my couch with this pledge? not that pledge, leah. use the pledge fabric sweeper. it's quick and effective, removing as much pet hair... as 145 stinky lint roller sheets. wow! it really works! ooh, that is one big hairball. ( cat meows ) pick up pet hair. that's t
heard thee rumors. >> time to check in with greta van susteren. >> we have dana perino, representative andrew, senator grassley, so much more, rush limbaugh caught on tape not telling you what he was doing. >> sean: so sneaky. caught on tape what? >> >> greta: i got something you are going to be so jealous of. ask me? >> sean: what does >> greta: what are you gel -- what are you jealous of? we have new graphics. >> sean: i won't be jealous, i'm happy for you. when we come back the great, great, great, american panel. eating healthy is important, but only vegetables can give you vegetable nutrition. one of these will get you more than half way to your five daily servings. v8. what's your number? are more than words here. it'sersonal. i have diabetes. rodney's kid too. so we're so proud to manufacture... the accu-chek aviva meters and test strips... here in the u.s.a. plus, we've proven you'll waste 50% fewer strips... when you use our meter, which means greater savings... for people with diabetes, like me. now that's true american value. accu-chek aviva. born in the u.s.a. >> sean: toni
in with greta van susteren. >> greta: i'm listening, i'm here in washington of course nobody has elected me to do anything. tonight newt gingrich is here. three participants from today's health care summit are here. plus four women who are were last night they're back by popular demand tonight. that and more. >> sean: let not your heart be troubled. greta comes up in 18 minutes from now the great, great, great american panel is next. ♪ ♪ . >> sean: tonight on our great american panel former adviser to president george w. bush leslie sanchez is back. he's a democratic pollster doug schoen and author of the promise father jonathan morris is with us. i want to get your reaction. i thought there was a great group in philly. what did you think? >> the key word was by part andship and its absence today. the president by trying to ram through with reconciliation this health care plan is making a fatal blunder. people want cooperation and conciliation think didn't see it. they going to whole the democrats accountable. >> sean: why when mccain, alexander when they brought up reconciliation, the
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